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breaking news this morning on "world news now" -- a mass shooting at a pool party in california. eight people have been shot. and rushed to the hospital. as police opened fire on the suspect. while he was reloading. we'll have latest from the scene. >> millions more americans will be affected by severe storms, as the intense system with high wind and heavy rainfall produced deadly flash floods. accuweather is tracking the storm zone today. >> new this half-hour, a big announcement today. >> yes, apparently change the face of morning television. kelly ripa telling viewers we are going to need a bigger mug. what does it all mean? in "the skinny." ♪ >> it's de ja-duwya. will farrell bringing back impression of bush 43.
painting the current president in a different kind of light. what else was said at not the white house correspondent's dinner. find out on this monday, may 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." big news coming our way. >> big news. we have personal big news to share as well. we'll get to all that in "the skinny." developing overnight. pretty pumped about it. >> right. >> busy over the weekend. busy in san diego. >> breaking news actually at the moment from san diego. eight people shot in a mass shooting. >> yeah, actually still an active scene there in upscale la jolla. the gunman opening fire at a swimming pool in apartment complex.
several victims in critical condition. one woman died. >> the suspect was killed after allegedly pointing a gun at officers. the gunman is believed to have reloaded his weapon at least once. our helicopter saw that the ts ea and was armed and appeared to be reloading. the suspect pointed the gun at our officers. and our three of our officers fired on the suspect. and the suspect went down and the suspect pronounced, the suspect is deceased. >> police are interviewing witnesses and requesting anyone with additional information to come forward. >> this is a very popular area in the san diego area. and i just got back from san diego, where the weather was beautiful. so you expect aid lot of people out at the pool yesterday, horrifying scene there. >> not what the people expected. >> not at all. >> our other top story, deadly weather outbreak across much of
the eastern u.s. killing at least 14 people across four states. >> storms are now on the move. heading up into the northeast. taking aim at some 22 million americans from florida to new york. >> some of the heaviest flooding has been in missouri where raging waters have wiped out roads and bridges, and inundated neighborhoods. >> farther west, a powerful spring blizzard hilt western kansas and oklahoma panhandle. they got up to a foot of snow. >> look at that. >> abc's richard cantu has the the latest. >> reporter: from howling wind to raging water. parts of five states undersiege from the elements. in texas. >> a tornado crossing the road right in front of us. >> this giant tornado roaring into the town of canton. tearing homes apart. crumpling this tower. tragedy avert on prom night by the quick thinking dj. ran in. got to get cover. going to be day direct hit. 20 people took shelter in two de out the storm without aet
idence of what they escaped. this auto dealer sthp and entire inventory of new cars, now a junkyard. this couple helpless as they recorded the tornado that stroid their new home. >> residents banding together to help one another pull through. >> it is a lit emotional. but we are lucky. we are lucky. oh, i don't know if we will ever get it cleaned up. we've got to though. >> in arkansas, the desperate search for an 18-month-old girl and 4-year-old boy trapped in a truck swept abay by floodwaters. >> looking at a recovery effort. hate to look at it that way. but we are hoping for the best. >> reporter: for some, walter was their only escape route from the flooding. this pregnant woman and husband taken to stave be tie boat. this man, swam for his life from his sinking truck. these creeks and rivers will continue to rise as all that water makes its way downstream.
richard cantu. >> severe weather threat isn't over. accuweather paul williams tracking the storms. >> good morning, diane, kendis. looking for an onslaught of rain, severe thunderstorms through out new york, western new york, and through western portions of pennsylvania with thunderstorms reaching into the ohio valley, region all the way done to the deep south. now, we are expecting, damaging wind. 60 mile per hour winds or worse. hail, downpours, causing flash flooding, chance of isolated tornados throughout new york, rginia, close to the d.c. a, and area. and we have also had problems with rain from the previous weekend. widespread rain, dropping over 12 inches in some areas, actually caused problems with river flooding throughout the center part of the country include the mississippi valley, missouri, black, white, illinois, wabash, just to name a few. >> quite a few rivers flooding. >> breaking news overnight.
shutdown, reaching deal on a massive spending plan. congressional aides say ita includes $15 million for the military. no money for president trump's border wall, the bill will pay for border security measures. the deal does not block funding for planned parenthood or sanctuary cities. democrats also get their way with a $2 billion boost for national institutes of health. vote expect midweek. the trump administration pushing back against the media after the president skipped the white house correspondent's dinner over the weekend. and slammed the press during a rally in pennsylvania. on abc's this week, white house chief of staff priebus said they looked at changing the libel laws as the president had threatened. and he complained about stories that he says have no basis in fact. >> this is a frustration of unnamed sources, of things that the fbi has told me personally,
newspaper article in my office, one-on-one, this here is not true. and, guess what? but it is sitting there on the front page. how is it possible? >> okay, so here is the deal. changing the libel laws to curtail press freedoms would require a constitutional amendment. priebus said how that gets executed or goes anywhere is a different story. >> space x hoping to try to launch satellite from the kennedy space center for classified u.s. intelligence mission. sensor problem forced the scrubbing of the launch attempt. today's two hour weather window opens up at 7:00 a.m. after the launch the company try to land falcon rocket on the launch pad. the mission is space x's first dedicated launch for national reconnaissance office, dubbed america's eyes and ears in space. the company's fifth flight this year. >> it is may 1, as such, nd
protesters expected to hit the streets for may day demonstrations. events taking place around the world. may day is also known as international workers day. it dates back to a deadly labor rally in chicago. 131 years ago. it is now an official holiday. more than 60 countries. but rarely recognized here in the united states. former vice president joe biden insists again he is not running for president in 2020. biden squashed rumors after a speech in new hampshire. he was there honoring the country any first all-female, all democratic congressional delegation. biden said the party needs to win back working plas voters and called for dignity to be restored to politics. >> it is time to stand up look you are doing now. recognize who we are as a nation. and understand that we need the world, not just by the example of our power, but by the power of our example. >> biden encouraged the crowd to embrace the challenge of next few years. >> all right. so this
first white house correspondents dinner, the trump administration, and as we know, the president did not attend. >> he also skipped the not the correspondents dinner. no surprise there. that one hosted by samantha bee, there was a chief executive in the house. opped by to talk about his rm of art. >> as you can see, i exhausted my pallet of yellow an oranges. it's a strange hue, it's not, not really orange or yellow. i mean i got a new name, they should just call it mar a lago. you know? >> so, will farrell walked on as w 2. a standing ovation there in washington, d.c. he asked the crowd, how do you like me now, huh? odigal son has returned.he ot a i don't know what that means. but i know it's positive. >> awesome.
>> his impression is so spot on. >> there were fun events overall over the weekend. that one. white house correspondents dinner. and did a great job. >> well coming up, explosion on the highway, what triggered an inferno across six lanes of interstate traffic. >> in "the skinny," a night they will never forget. a chicago prom gets quite the surprise. and first, a look at today's forecast. ♪ like that tattoo on the your shoulder pull the sheets right off the corner of the mattress ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lysol. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lysol. ♪ five-second rule protection. new lysol kitchen pro eliminates 99.9% of bacteria
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you are you are looking at video of a massive explosion that engulfed more than 6 lanes of traffic. officials say the driver of that car was killed, the damage to the pavement was so extensive, the southbound lanes of traffic could be shut down until tuesday. >> it has been ten years since 3-year-old madeline mccann disappeared from an apartment complex in a resort in portugal with her parents dining not far away. >> now there are lead as police hunt for a woman in "hugely
significant line of inquiry." abc's correspondent reports. >> we will leave no stone unturned. >> reporter: madeline mccain's parents ten years after that unexplained disappearance are still convinced she is alive. >> while there is no evidence to give us any negative news. that hope is still there. >> reporter: the police chief leading the hunt for madeline, determined to crack the case. >> there are some significant investigative avenues we are pursuing that we see as very worthwhile. >> reporter: left alone with her younger twin siblings in a portuguese hotel room, madeline then almost 4, vanished without a trace. the case has spawned multiple theories. kidnapped by gypsies, a pedophile ring, or a robbery gone wrong. even jerry and kate mccann were once suspects. the mystery captivated the world. this tips the last composite photo madeline as a 9-year-old. she will be 14 in may >> no parent is going to give up on
their child unless they know for certain the child is dead. and we just don't have any evidence. >> reporter: for now the police investigation continues, but what happened on that night, ten years ago, when madeline mccann disappeared, still remains a mystery. jennifer eckleston, abc news, london. >> well, when we come back, kelly ripa making a big announcement today. >> is d.j.khalid forming a super group? out with a surprise new video. we'll show it to you. "the skinny" is next. >> not another one. video. we'll show it to you. "the skinny" is next. >> not another one. anybody seen my pants? nothing cleans better. put those on dad! it's got to be tide.
live. the host, teasing fans, over the weekend on twitter, posting this video. telling viewers to tune in tomorrow, which is now today, the caption, we're going to need a bigger mug. >> get your bets in now. guest host regulars include, jerry o'connell. andy cohen. andersen cooper. there were a few other names on the list though. to kid, we will have to tune in though in a few hours to find out. >> i don't think one of those people on the list. >> it going to be kendis gibson. >> nice working with all of you. >> duping us the whole time? >> you know if that were the case. >> bay a bigger mug. >> this mug. >> the world news mug. >> and this mug. >> this mug. curious who it is. thinking it will be an athlete? or maybe t.j., what its tj. doing? >> yeah. i don't know. lots of speculation. tell you who it won't be? >> me.
every fridays, mondays as well. >> so am i. no. >> so, speaking of big winners. the daytime emmy awards were last night. some of the winners included -- general hospital. and ellen. >> however, we had to take a moment to recognize, one more big winner. >> this is huge. >> and the emmy goes to "good morning america." abc. >> how awesome is that. >> look, david herndon from the l.a. bureau. picking up awards in l.a. >> they have brought home the award for outstanding morning program. very well deserved. >> which it is. does that mean -- does that mean we are.erica" correspondents, >> so we are, emmy award winning journalists. >> hey, congratulations, you won.
does this mean we win as well? and he is like let me check the list. oh, yeah, yeah, you guys are clear. we get an award. >> i would look to thank everyone who made this award possible. by the way they don't have a category for early morning or overnight news. i think we win by default. >> we do. >> there you go. >> best live overnight news program right here, ladies and gentlemen. >> starring diane and kendis. >> quite a category. >> another memorable night, shall we. prom night. imagine being at the prom. and the whole thing then goes into a full blown concert. what happened over the weekend in, outside chicago. at huntly high's big night. the chainsmokers were across the street at allstate arena played earlier in the night. so they got this idea. >> turns out a student contacted the group and the band agreed to show up. but the school's principal kept it one big secret. they sang their hit, closer,
>> that is awesome. >> the guys hopped off the stage and took this group photo saying crashed a prom just now. right across the street from our arena show. so, why not? >> watching, drew tagert's in instagram. thank you, chicago for one of the best nights of my life. >> why not? >> great in concert. saw them two weeks ago in albany. amazing concert. >> >> d.j. khalid, super group. the mega-producer managed to get, justin bieber, chance rapper, and lil wayne to appear in music video together. in the video i'm the one. you see chance frolicking near a fountain, d.j. khalid is playing croquet. garden maze, pool party. everyone wants to get in on the action. ♪ ♪ ♪ because the when we pull up ♪ ♪ you're looking at the truth ♪ never lie >> kind of like it. >> nice vibe. featured on khalid's tenth album "grateful." we are grateful. an
about how the baseball star was so much more than even his public persona representatives. abc's robin roberts sat down with them. >> reporter: jackie robinson one of baseball's most electric stars, the images of robinson sliding, hat flying. iconic. jackie robinson was much more than iconic. he was transcendent. in 1947 becoming the first african-american to play in the major leagues breaking baseball's color barrier. now, 70 years later, the jackie robinson foundation is breaking ground on a museum to honor the hall of famer. >> my mother and father at the capital. >> sharon robinson, jackie's daughter is most excited the museum will show people the man her father was not just the famous baseball player. >> the jackie robinson museum will absolutely cover the breadth of jackie robinson's life. he was a writer, columnist, great dad, wonderful husband. >> dr. king when he came to our house. >> reporter: having the courage to barack through baseball's color barrier was only part of his story. after his playing days he was a
lines of the civil rights movement. >> my dad would travel south to go on marches, to raise money for the sieve rights movement, whatever was needed. >> reporter: sharon sees the museum as a way to educate young people on how no matter where they may start they can make a huge difference. >> there is so much about jackie robinson that could have been any black kid in this country. he got lucky when the opportunity came for him, he was ready to step into that position. >> reporter: jackie robinson passed away in 1972. through his foundation and now the museum, which should open in 2019, the centennial of his birth. his legacy remains alive and well. >> so great that they're getting his story out there. did you see the movie 42. fantastic? >> was it. >> all about how he broke the barrier in the first few games. entry into the mlb, amazing. >> definitely overdue. thanks to robin roberts for that. ♪ ♪ thanks to robin roberts for that. ♪ ♪
making news in america this morning, breaking news from southern california. a deadly shooting rampage at a birthday party. several victims now fighting for their lives. were they targeted because of their race? police searching for a motive. also breaking now severe weather on the move. a violent storm system moves towards the northeast after leaving behind widespread destruction and flooding. all across the plains. some areas dealing with blizzard conditions. we have your forecast ahead. new overnight agreement on a spending deal meant to keep the federal government operating for several months. president trump and congressional democrats both getting some of what they wanted. caught on camera a massive explosion on a highway causing so much damage to the road it is still closed right now and could